Aah, try that in a university residence and it takes on a whole different meaning!
Hi Jeanne this is a wonderful tradition!xoxoKarenaArt by Karena
Reminds me of a time long, long ago when a tie on the door nob meant the same ....
Oh, I LOVE that Jeanne. Is it a Moroccan tradition....I hope that there were lots of 'red shoes' going on !!!! XXXX
Hello JeanneRed Shoe, Green Shoe, what? no yellow, or does one throw caution to the windHelenxx
Brilliant!Must try this.
A nice tradition..and I love the carving in the doorway..
How fun. Love the geranium.
Best of all, I have two pink shoes, compliments of the Kasbah :)
Pamela's right - brilliant!
Very clever indeed. Great weekend to you!
what a great idea.
Kind of light our traffic lights!! Funny!!
the clarity of simplicity.
I love traditions like this...and i love learning about them....thank you!
red light, stop. green light, go...very cute.
I wondered how I would remember which colour meant which but I just read becky's comment and now I'll be fine should I ever get to Morocco!
This photo made me smile!SSG xxx
What a beautiful photo! That bit of red just pops!
It's been a long since I needed to put a red shoe on our bedroom door Jeanne! Renovating a house long term strips the 'romance' from the relationship in the swing of a sledge hammer.Millie xx
LOvely idea, Here in Montecito......no one would understand what the heck an espadrille would be doing on the door!I am working on a translation!XXOO
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